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Local News

  • Portola Project-2/19/18-1855-PMD

    A meeting on the future of Portola Drive is scheduled for this week. The third and final concept meeting will take place at Del Mar School from 6:30 until 9 Read More
  • Drowsy Driving Problem-2/19/18-1752-PMD

    A recent report released by AAA contradicts federal estimates. The study indicates that drowsy driving is up to nine and a half times more responsible for traffic accidents than originally Read More
  • Animal Tested Cosmetics-2/19/18-1756-PMD

    The California legislature is considering a new cosmetics law. SB 1249 prohibits the sale of animal-tested cosmetics in the state. The law would make it unlawful for any cosmetic manufacturer Read More
  • PCS School Lottery-2/19/18-1758-PMD

    Pacific Collegiate School (PCS) is holding a lottery for the 2018-19 school year. 14% (approximately 8) 7th grade seats will be reserved for students who will be the first in Read More
  • Sheriff Hart-2/19/18-1650-PMD

    Santa Cruz County Sheriff Jim Hart recently addressed the state of public safety in the county. The sheriff stated that despite an increase in drug and alcohol related misdemeanors that Read More
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This Saturday August 2nd 8-9 PM on It’s A Question Of Balance with Ruth Copland we consider - What constitutes a ‘just war’? The Indian epic, the Mahabharata, offers one of the first written discussions of a 'just war'. Five ruling brothers discuss if the suffering caused by war can ever be justified. They consider proportionality (chariots cannot attack cavalry, only other chariots; no attacking people in distress); just means (no poisoned or barbed arrows); just cause (no attacking out of rage); and fair treatment of captives and the wounded. They also hope last minute efforts to reconcile differences could avoid war. Thousands of years later these considerations still apply. Is there such a thing as a just war and if so, what are the criteria? What do you think? Join us on Saturday! For more info on the show and to hear past shows visitwww.itsaquestionofbalance.com

 

 

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